Whether you live here or are planning a Destination Asheville Wedding, we can help. We work with some of Asheville's top event planners, wedding venues, caterers and B&Bs. Wines are rapidly becoming a focal point of weddings. And our wines are the highest quality for the price.
Our shop, on the way to The Grove Park Inn has been voted number 1 in Western North Carolina in the Best of WNC MountainX Poll, for the past three years. MetroWines has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, and staff writes for Capital at Play, The Laurel of Asheville and Sophie Magazine. We are a trusted purveyor in Western North Carolina and we KNOW Asheville.
We have seen dozens of weddings through from start to vows! We have a dedicated wedding coordinator that will work with you on every aspect of putting your wedding together. We can assist in planning with rehearsal dinners, bachelor or bachelorette parties, and a wedding registry. And we can even help you with "themed" weddings and parties! @MetroWines, we say that if we don't do it, we know who does and who does it right!
Planning a honeymoon out of the country, we can plan a tasting for wine you might find on the menu at your destination.
All you need to do is decide what you're wearing, who is in the wedding party, and invite guests.
From the Asheville Wedding Wine Blog
The source of their pink color is greatly debated in the gemological world
but it is most commonly attributed to enormous additional pressure
that these diamonds undergo during their formation.
The price can range from thousands of dollars to $multi millions.
The price leads to questions about provenance and, sometimes, consequent litigation.
The son of a high-flying Italian senator, Amadeo Angiolillo,
was due to take Christie’s to court in NYC over the sale of one of the world’s
most expensive diamonds, which he claims was stolen from his family.
This case is a mess involving family intrigue, alleged deception,
lots of money and the Qatari Royal Family. Stand by for an update.
But if you are just in the market for a dreamy pink color,
our advice is to stay away from the treacherous diamond market
and buy a French Rosé like this one:
*** Guilhem Rosé 2019 ***
40%Grenache, 40%Cinsault and 20%Carignan
From the Languedoc hillsides, this wine captures
the essence of Southern France and THAT color.
*** $11.99 ***
|OK. You (me) could definitely sit and watch this stuff ALL day long.
No crime there. Do it. But you can DO GOOD while loafing!
WINERY TASTING NOTES: Born from the cold and windy slopes of the Santa Lucia Highlands,
the 2019 Lucy Rosé reflects a true sense of place as its pale grapefruit hue catches the light
with each swirl in the glass. Just as sea meets land a short distance north, crisp notes of salinity and sea air mingle and dance with delicate aromas of fresh strawberry, orange peel,
and peach blossom. Gentle pressing combined with minimal skin contact produces this rosé
of distinct purity; one which, when paired with neutral barrel aging, creates additional texture
that offers a complexity not available in most wines of its type. With bracing, refreshing acidity,
Lucy is a wonderful accompaniment to flavorful foods and friendly conversation.
ONE DOLLAR OF EVERY BOTTLE OF LUCY SOLD
IS DONATED TO BREAST CANCER RESEARCH. 19.99